Popular musician King 98 and visiting Tanzanian star Juma Jux yesterday donated Christmas goodies to a disabled Warren Park teenager Raymond Nyarufero who suffered cerebral palsy at birth, New Zimbabwe reports. The musicians took time to visit Raymond and showered him with groceries and cash.
Speaking about the donation King 98 said:
I am touched by Raymond’s situation and I thought it necessary to assist him. It is always good to remember those who are in need especially people like Raymond in this situation where Covid-19 has affected everything.
While Juma Jux said he cared about people in general that’s why he was donating:
We care for people we make music for and that is why we decided to bring these groceries and cash here. I am happy that the donation will go a long way in assisting the family.
Thanking the musicians, Raymond’s mother Victoria Ngwere said:
I am the only guardian of the two and the situation has been worsened by Raymond’s condition. He can’t talk properly and even walk, he crawls to do go around this place,” she said while narrating her ordeal.
I have always watched Raymond playing to King 98’s songs on TV but as a grown-up parent, I have not been following his music. God has decided to send these two musicians to my child. I can even see he is happy because he is trying to shout his name.
The 2 musicians recently released a song JOGODO which has over 100 000 views on Youtube